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Cobra Fish n Dive

SOLD Thinking of selling my Fish n Dive, great fishing kayak. Testing the waters to see if there is any local interest. Good seat, rod holers, trolley. Fish catcher for sure. Super stable, can't flip this thing, easy to get in and out of on the water. I have two yaks and a rigged canoe, and a motorized skiff. Not using enough, and have 3 paddle crafts. Would look for 500.

If you are new to kayak fishing or are looking for a super stable fishing kayak. This would be a good choice. I'll take $ 425

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  • crackedconchcrackedconch Senior Member West Palm Beach, FLPosts: 377 Deckhand
    Man, I thought I was the only one around here with one of those. I love mine!! I bought the thing dirt cheap from a friend this summer and it was bare bones. I've been slowly rigging it up and using it for fishing. Haven't tried diving out of it yet.

    Mike
    Don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things!!

    Pioneer 197 Sportfish
    Suzuki DF150
  • millerboysmillerboys Junior Member Posts: 29 Deckhand
    Ha Mike, great boat really. Don't see many on the east coast, think there is a bunch in the Pacific. Bare bones is good, anchor trolley or stick anchor, tackle bag up front, soft side cooler, and a fish bag, two poles a 4 or 5 hours, and its a day.
  • DamYankeeDamYankee Junior Member Posts: 3 Greenhorn
    I've got interest, but not sure if I'm local for you. Been in the market for a new kayak for some time now.
  • pamajoerpamajoer Junior Member Spring Hill, FlPosts: 6 Greenhorn
    interested depending on location. I'm in Spring Hill, and commute to Tampa.
  • TrevfishinTrevfishin Senior Member In my mind I'm in my kayak fishing, unfortunately physically I'm at work :(Posts: 749 Officer
    That's a great yak, was looking at those before I bought my Wildy Ride 135. I just could find one one the East coast at the time, company is based out of California. Good luck
  • millerboysmillerboys Junior Member Posts: 29 Deckhand
    pamajoer wrote: »
    interested depending on location. I'm in Spring Hill, and commute to Tampa.

    The boat is in Stuart fl.
  • millerboysmillerboys Junior Member Posts: 29 Deckhand
    They are pretty rare in Florida. It's a real good fishing rig, I keep it pretty simple. Use a 8 lbs plastic coated dumbbell anchor, with a piece of a noodle that fits in the dumbbell for a disconnect float, rigged though a simple trolley. Drop it fish 70 to 100 ft of mangrove, retrive, 4 to 5 paddle strokes drift to calm, slip the dumbell back in, and do it over and over till something happens.. Always does. Carry two sometime 3 poles, soft fish bag, 5 gal bucket behind the seat, soft tackle bag on the big hatch, cheap soft cooler. And out for 4 or 5 hours.

    Thanks


    Thanks
  • millerboysmillerboys Junior Member Posts: 29 Deckhand
    Well I should sell this, just don't use it much. So I am recycling this back to the for sales pages to see if anyone is in the market for a stable boat that catches fish.
  • millerboysmillerboys Junior Member Posts: 29 Deckhand
    millerboys wrote: »
    Thinking of selling my Fish n Dive, great fishing kayak. Testing the waters to see if there is any local interest. Good seat, rod holers, trolley. Fish catcher for sure. Super stable, can't flip this thing, easy to get in and out of on the water. I have two yaks and a rigged canoe, and a motorized skiff. Not using enough, and have 3 paddle crafts. Would look for 500.

    If you are new to kayak fishing or are looking for a super stable fishing kayak. This would be a good choice. I'll take $ 425

    Bumping this up to recycle the post.
  • BarrellBarrell Senior Member North Hutchinson/FPIPosts: 1,305 Officer
    Should be sold to a big dude. That's a $1,000.00 package new and one of the best kayaks ever made for a big man.
  • Uncle KrakenUncle Kraken Junior Member Posts: 13 Deckhand
    That's a steal, if I lived down there I'd by it just cause its listed for half of what its worth.
  • millerboysmillerboys Junior Member Posts: 29 Deckhand
    Thanks, right on too. It's a good first yak too. You just get on and go, my first time in it, I caught fish. Thing work !
  • millerboysmillerboys Junior Member Posts: 29 Deckhand
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